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Cpt. Fred Bordallo passes polygraph test

by Mindy Aguon

Guam - Police Chief Nominee Captain Fred Bordallo is one step closer to becoming the top brass of the Guam Police Department. Public Safety Committee Chair Senator Adolpho Palacios tells KUAM News that Bordallo passed his polygraph examination and he's waiting on the official report from the polygrapher. 

Bordallo along with the nominees for the top seats at the Department of Corrections and the Guam Fire Department will take the hot seat on Monday, February 14 for a confirmation hearing.  Palacios says he's sending letters to each nominee listing specific areas that he intends to discuss during their respective hearings. 

Department of Corrections director Jose San Agustin will appear before lawmakers first at 9am followed by fire chief John Salas. Bordallo's confirmation hearing will begin at 1:30 next Monday afternoon.

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